The Aug. 2014 issue of Custom Woodworking Business has now been posted online. Learn how Walker Woodworking increased shop capacity with its first CNC router -- purchased and installed last November.

The purchase may help the company increase cabinet production capacity and sales by as much as $60,000 to $100,000 per month. Previous monthly sales were approximately $208,000, but owner Travis Walker has his eye on a much larger goal. Read about his plans and much more in this issue.

A new computer numerical control (CNC) router, manufactured  by SCM Group and installed last November, may help him to increase cabinet capacity and sales by as much as $60,000 to $100,000 per month, the business owner calculates. While the machine’s compact footprint is ideally suited for Walker’s small wood shop, a larger facility is necessary to reach his volume and growth goals. - See more at:

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